Insecticide: Episode 1 Crack/Patch

Insecticide: Episode 1 Insecticide is a noir thriller set in an insect world that plays out through a wide variety of offbeat action and adventure levels. In a city overtaken by a sudden crime wave, rookie detective Chrys Liszt is on a crusade to rid the city of lowlifes. However, she immediately discovers that to reach her goal she will have to face the city of Troi’s most powerful criminal entities. Using only high tech pollen-based weapons, innate bug abilities, and hand-to-hand combat skills, Chrys must clean up Troi as well as learn more about her own past, which remains shrouded in mystery. Insecticide fuses elements from different videogame genres to create a seamless, engrossing story-driven gameplay experience. Lighting fast shootouts, a cityscape brimming with life and high production value voice-overs and cut-scenes result in entertainment on par with Hollywood’s best. [Gamecock Media]

Download Insecticide: Episode 1 Crack/Patch

Released date
Platform PC Windows
Rating 67 / 100
User rating
6.5
Downloads 1060
Genre Action Adventure, Sci-Fi, General
Players 1 Player
Company / Developer
Gamecock Media Group / Creat Studios

Insecticide: Episode 1 reviews ( 2 )

DemiGoth, Oct 7, 2013

The game itself is fun to play. The art is fun to watch, but graphically it's a mess. Game stutters from time to time like some flash game. There's no support for widescreen displays either. In general, this game feels like a worked up flash-based game.

S, Jul 6, 2008

Mediocre, short, and not very detailed. Good atmosphere. Not impressive. The game was meant for the DS. It was obviously ported to PC, and has graphics comparable to a mobile game system, which is not very good for PC. The action gameplay is basic, the voice acting is acceptable, and the "detective" sequences are basic "click everything" with minimal actual puzzles. I ran through in a very short period of time, then uninstalled, as it has zero replayability, and rather want the time and money back. The film-noir that it clings to is all that makes it tolerable, the game fits the word "mediocre" quite well. I've gotten more enjoyment for less money from MANY other things.